Wednesday, March 28, 2007

Carol Bly

from The Passionate, Accurate Story:

The Strengths of Chronological Order in Stories

If a story happens in its chronological order, the reader is free of the interior voice of any character remembering events: for the reader, this means having only his or her self, so the reader feels there, savoring the ambiance of whatever strange scenes are offered.



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